(NAEP), an IEP, or Individualized Education Program, is “a written statement for each individual with a disability that is developed, reviewed, and revised in accordance with Title 42 U.S.C. Section 1414(d).” (NAEP Glossary) Each source I studied stressed the concept of “individualized” plans because each program is tailored to specifically meet the needs of that particular student through a series of assessments, meetings and medical diagnoses. Recognizing that the content of the IEP is legally
the student’s IEP (Using The manual for parents and students about special education services in Texas, 2012, p. 48). To ensure that the accommodations in the IEP are being followed I would start with a discussion with all involved staff members. In this discussion, which could occur during IEP meetings, staff could provide input on how they specifically plan to implement accommodations in their specific environment. Additionally, teachers should be provided a copy of the IEP for reference.
had a close working relationship with the parents and staff members until a situation caused me to lose my job. One of my mentors called an IEP meeting and signed my name on the legal binding document. The parent called me requiring about the meeting while I was on sick leave. I wasn’t aware a meeting had taken place. She asked me, why would I signed this document and wasn’t present during the meeting. I told the parent that I would inquire about this situation after returning to school. I went to my
choose to. It is the parents job to make sure the child is receiving proper education. (U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights) Nondiscriminatory evaluation deals with each student. The student must receive an individual examination (IEP). They have to receive the full examination before being place into a special education program. If a disability is determined and that specialized instruction does need to be required, an appropriate public education has to be provided for free. The
applications of assistive technology is essential to effective educational planning for students. These guidelines are provided to offer important information into making case-by-case decisions as part of the student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP). The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) reauthorized in June 1997 and later as IDEA, increases emphasis on assistive technology to ensure a student with a disability receives a free, appropriate, public education (FAPE). The federal
responsible for managing and monitoring the provision for those with special educational needs * Liaise with parents and other professionals in respect to children with SEN * Ensure that appropriate individual education plans (IEP – legal required document for SEN pupils), a plan to help the children succeed, set out goals and any special support needed to help them achieve the goals. * Ensure relevant background info about individual SEN children is collected, recorded and updated.
and their enforcement, noting that the classic stabilisation clause amounted to an attempt to ‘freeze’ the terms and conditions for the life of the contract, while the modern approach is amenable to negotiation between the parties. A survey of legal practice reveals a number of published awards that are directly relevant to disputes over the first kind of stabilisation but with respect to the second, guidance is currently available only from cases that are principally concerned with related